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The Royal Valais (Automatic) / Gold & Burgundy
The Royal Valais (Automatic) / Gold & Burgundy
The Royal Valais (Automatic) / Gold & Burgundy
$250.00

$900.00

The Royal Valais (Automatic) / Gold & Burgundy

The Valais
Currently on Kickstarter: Pre-Order now with 70% OFF. Orders Ships out December. 
What You Receive:
 x1 Sanctuary Royal Valais Time Piece & Free Sanctuary Classic Bracelet
x1 leather strap
x1 Sanctuary Manual & Certificate Of Authenticity
x1 Sanctuary limited edition box 
Free domestic & international delivery
 
About the Watch:

Watch Case:

316L Stainless Steel Case coated in quality premium gold.

Movement:

 

Superior quality Japanese 8215 Automatic Movement  keeps the most precise and accurate time for your time piece.

 

Warranty:

10 years full warranty. Sanctuary will provide you with warranty for a full decade. 

Water resistant:

50 metres (5ATM)

Glass:

Sapphire Crystal grants durability - protective layer resistant to scratches and protects the face of your timepiece. Sapphire coated crystal with anti-scratch function

Certificate Authenticity: 

Certificate of Authenticity provides you with your own unique original time piece from Sanctuary.

Watch size:

Watch size (diameter / thickness): 43 / 12mm

Strap size:

22 x 20 mm best fitted for 14 - 22 cm wrist (Men & Women)

Interchangeable Straps

Yes


The Royal Valais is a beautiful time piece that is wrapped in a gold casing with a truly exquisite burgandy watch dial. The colours of the Royal Valais takes inspiration on the long history and the rulers who occupied the area, having becoming a part of France and Switzerland throughout history. A truly endless timepiece with an everlasting automatic movement keeping the history of what this watch represents. Originally a part of the Kingdom Of Jurane Burgundy and titled Vallis Poenina (Upper Rhône Valley) from 888, the name Valais became apparent and was granted by King Rudolf III Of Burgundy to Count Valais and prince-bishops. The history of Valais were from the struggles of patriots against their episcopal and the bishops against the dukes of Savoy who possessed their lands. The prince-bishops had power until 1798, when Valais became part of Helvetic Republic. Napoleon then made Valais the independent Rhodanis Republic and incorporated it into France. In 1815 Valais was entered the Swiss Confederation, and today the Rhône valley has been transformed into the finest orchard in Switzerland. Valais is also Switzerland’s main wine-producing region giving that fine burgandy colour.